The brand’s classic logo… has been in use since bands such as The Who strung up with Rotosound in the 1960s.
The designs draw from Rotosound’s close connection to era-defining music such as psychedelia and grunge.
With live music returning to stages around the world, music lovers finally have an excuse to slip out of their pyjamas and into something a little sharper. Fortunately, Rotosound – famous for their Swing Bass 66 and Rotos guitar strings used by rock royalty for over 60 years – has just unveiled a new selection of merchandise. The collection includes t-shirts, hats, and lifestyle products featuring the brand’s classic logo that has been in use since bands such as The Who strung up with Rotosound in the 1960s.
The designs draw from Rotosound’s close connection to era-defining music such as psychedelia and grunge, as exemplified in the line of bucket hats. Rotosound’s Jack Dunwoody explains:
“Everyone at Rotosound HQ is in love with our new bucket hats; a throwback to the nineties when Rotosound players from Brit Pop and Madchester wouldn’t be seen without one. Bucket hats have made a big comeback in the past year and festival crowds are awash with them.”
There are new t-shirts too with unisex designs to suit lovers of simplicity as well as psychedelia, all made from heavy 100% cotton. And for those who still fancy staying in with a cup of tea there are brand new Rotosound mugs featuring a retro-flavoured logo – put the kettle on!